ACCELERATING CANADA'S TRANSITION TO NET ZEROThe Transition Accelerator is a pan-Canadian organisation that works to identify and advance viable pathways to Canada's 2050 climate targets.
In our rapidly changing world, economic, social and technological changes are affecting sectors and regions across Canada. The Transition Accelerator collaborates with groups across the country to direct these disruptions towards solving business and social challenges in ways that move us closer to a net-zero future. Using our unique methodology, we work with innovative groups to create visions of an economically and socially desirable net zero future, create credible, capable and compelling pathways to this future, and then take the concrete steps that will enable Canada to get there.
Our current priorities are Canada’s hydrogen economy, electric vehicle market penetration, building decarbonization and electrification, grid integration and industrial policy.
Blueprint for Change:
Building Pathways to a Sustainable Future
Canada needs a new approach to empower innovators, improve policy, and speed the transition to net zero. This is it.
Canada’s Future in a Net Zero World
Allan B., Eaton D., Goldman J., Islam A,. Augustine T., Elgie S., Meadowcroft J.
Pathways to Net Zero: A Decision Support Tool
The Transition Accelerator: Building Pathways to a Sustainable Future
Meadowcroft J., Layzell D., Mousseau N.
Pathways to Net Zero
Featuring engaging and thought-provoking expert presentations, conversations, and debates around the ways that governments, industry and investors can achieve our climate, economic and social goals, our monthly webinar series explores credible and compelling pathways capable of driving Canada to reach net zero by 2050.
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Net Zero Changes Everything
An online course designed to equip leaders in government, industry and civil society with critical insights into the net zero challenge, systems change and the strategic pathways approach.